New clinic services receive a warm reception
Following the recent announcement of its new outreach clinics across Queensland, True is pleased to announce the successful commencement of its service in Agnes Water. The new service will commence there on 19 October, provided by Senior Medical Officer, Dr Helen Wiltshire and Senior Nurse, Lisa Harrison.
The first two days of service have already been fully subscribed. Dr Wiltshire said, ‘We are pleased that True’s women’s health service has been so well received and look forward to providing the region with the very best care.'
Further afield, representatives from True have completed a review of sites in Hughenden, Richmond and Julia Creek to finalise agreements and plans for upcoming services. Alice Evans, CEO noted that, ‘There has been incredible enthusiasm for the new services. The strength of community support suggests that our services will address a genuine need and provide a tangible benefit.'
True's outreach services include antenatal care, menopause, complex bleeding issues and contraception as well as other services based on the specific needs of individual clients. True is delivering the services under a federal government contract administered by CheckUP.
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